Out now: “Murder at an Irish Christmas” by Carlene O’Connor

Apologies for the interruption of regularly scheduled programming, but I have to tell you that Murder at an Irish Christmas, the newest Irish Village Mystery, is out now! I had such a pleasure reviewing this ARC, because Carlene O'Connor does such an awesome job of showing Ireland's little towns and beautiful seaside ruggedness. I also … Continue reading Out now: “Murder at an Irish Christmas” by Carlene O’Connor

Book Review: “Murder on Cold Street,” by Sherry Thomas

It has been way too long since I have written a real review. After promising myself not to get into a slump, I lingered while reading Murder on Cold Street and took a full week to finish it. I am partly to blame - switching jobs, planning a wedding, and other life things have gotten … Continue reading Book Review: “Murder on Cold Street,” by Sherry Thomas

WWW Wednesday – October 21, 2020

Happy Wednesday, all! I have to admit, it is going to be a quiet WWW this week. While I got so much reading done for last week, this week, I haven't finished anything. This isn't for lack of desire to read - no slumps here. I have just been so preoccupied with work stuff that … Continue reading WWW Wednesday – October 21, 2020

Book Review: “The Orphan of Cemetery Hill,” by Hester Fox

I am very delinquent on this review - this week has been hectic, since I am changing jobs in a couple of weeks and needed to get affairs in order. As such, I read The Orphan of Cemetery Hill in almost no time, but took almost a week to review it. This is my first … Continue reading Book Review: “The Orphan of Cemetery Hill,” by Hester Fox

Book Review: “The Left-Handed Booksellers of London,” by Garth Nix

I was so so pleased to finally bang down my ARC pile and get to read The Left-Handed Booksellers of London. Garth Nix played a massive part in my life as a middle grade and YA reader - his Abhorsen series brought me life. I even got to write about it for my senior thesis … Continue reading Book Review: “The Left-Handed Booksellers of London,” by Garth Nix

WWW Wednesday – October 14, 2020

Happy Wednesday, all! Today was a wonderful day to wake up to, since it is the first day that it hasn't rained all week. Don't get me wrong, I love rain, but it was a lot. So, I woke up today excited for the WWW challenge. The WWW Wednesday meme is currently hosted by Sam … Continue reading WWW Wednesday – October 14, 2020

Book Review: “One for the Books,” by Jenn McKinlay

This is going to be a fairly short review, because One for the Books is book 11 in the Library Lover's Series. It is absolutely a series that needs to be read in order, so definitely go check out book 1, Books Can Be Deceiving, if you think you will like this series! From the … Continue reading Book Review: “One for the Books,” by Jenn McKinlay

#5OnMyTBR – Historical

Good morning, all, and happy Monday! A couple of months ago, I started this weekly book challenge hosted by E. @ Local Bee Hunter’s Nook called #5OnMyTBR, and I really enjoyed the exercise. It occurs every Monday when they post about 5 books on their TBR. You can learn more about it here or in the post announcing it. This week’s … Continue reading #5OnMyTBR – Historical

Sunshine Blogger Award

I have had the distinct honor of being nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award twice in the last week or two, once by Becky at A Couple of Bees Read and once by Marjolein at URL Phantomhive. Both of these blogs give amazing book recommendations and reviews, and are so nice, to boot! Check them … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award

WWW Wednesday – October 7, 2020

A day late and a dollar short, but I love this challenge so much that I will get over the Thursday vibe. The WWW Wednesday meme is currently hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words, and is a great way to do a weekly update on what you’ve been reading and what you have … Continue reading WWW Wednesday – October 7, 2020